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Furnace Mill Sat 5th

Discussion in 'Target Shooting' started by Glass Eye, Jul 4, 2014.

  1. Glass Eye

    Glass Eye Engaging Member

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    Hi too all the lads , just a quick one just wondered who is going tomorrow weather permitting I will be there as usual and look forward to the friendly banta .

    Hope to see the usuals as I could do with some advise as I'm thinking of changing my aim points and wondered what zero you guy's use and why.

    All the best
    Dave.
     
  2. mikmon

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    hi Dave it could be a lonely morning for you lol im working tomoz as is terry been up today with Gra, Terry and Dave ! and changing aim points ? tut tut lol karl might be up though mate !

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  3. Glass Eye

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    Thanks Mik

    I will catch you another time , I need all the practice I can get for the charity shoot and was thinking of going 7times mag and 30 yard zero with exacts as the wolverine seem's to like them better than the falcon's but aim points only seem to be a tad different when changing my zero from 25 to 30 and mag from 10 to 7.

    All this worked out on chair gun but the real world allways seems to be different.

    Thanks again atb
    Dave.
     
  4. mikmon

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    yes Dave i zero at 30 para is 25 and shoot 7x but using that little rhino which is ffp so aim point dont move and finding it works for me ! plus depth of field is very good ! and im working next Saturday to so will be up FM Friday again lol i need all the practice i can get lol

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  5. Glass Eye

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    I will have a play and see whats what , on a different note I mailed Milbro and they are in the process of manufactureing a hugget silencer and shroud for the wolverine so fingers crossed it won't be long and I may have some more bling to talk about.
     
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    Dave, got some more bling, Daystate donated a polo and fleece for the charity funds,:up: so you have bought a polo or fleece lol:D to go with the wolverine. Dave, Stu and me put another 4 targets in ready for the charity shoot, its coming together and you may need a little practice lol.;)
     
  7. Glass Eye

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    Hi Mark
    Sorry for the late reply but I went to sleep after my last post in prep for the practice , it didn't make ant difference someone must have put my glass eye back in couldn't hit the side of a barn today hope it was just down to the fact I was practaceing prone shots , did go back to kneelling later on and seemed back to usual.

    Glad to hear things are comeing on for the charity shoot can't wait and as usual when I shoot comp's I will do my best as I feel it reflects on what I call my local club.

    All the best and I will see you Sunday
    Dave.

    P.S. First dibs on Daystate goodies.
     

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